Are you thinking about buying a 1962 Mercedes Benz 300SL? Learn more about the car and the brand here! The first units of the Mercedes 300 SL were sold in Europe in 1954, while Max Hoffman famous Mercedes distributor in America received his first customer car in March 1955. A total of 1,400 Gullwings rolled off the production line, with the majority of them some 1,100 units finding their way to the United States. Hoffman had thus assessed the response of the market to the car extremely well. However, he had also succeeded in stoking the expectations of his discerning clientele, who now wanted a touch more comfort inside, a large trunk and, in many cases, a cabriolet version. Hoffman passed this information along to Stuttgart and once again his request was successful. This time, the Mercedes 300SL Roadster or W 198 II was produced. Unveiled in 1957 and lasting until 1963, the 300SL was a truly incredible piece of automotive beauty and became an instant classic.
When you're ready to begin your search for the perfect 1962 Mercedes Benz 300SL for your private collection, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club stands ready to assist you. When deciding to purchase, keep in mind that the 300SL Gullwing and the 300SL Roadster are both highly desirable and extremely rare automobiles. While restoration project cars can be found, it is very expensive to restore this vehicle, as parts are difficult to find. Furthermore, the quality restoration of a Mercedes 300SL can easily stretch into the six figures. For this and many reasons, it is often advised to purchase the best 300SL you can find for the money.
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